Brian Allen has been covering entertainment online and in print for over a decade. He lives in Cedar Hill, Texas with his wife and three kids. Follow him on Twitter @GameDropping.

Bad Boy Records celebrates 20th anniversary at 2015 BET Awards

They ain’t goin’ nowhere, they can’t be stopped, even after two decades. P-Diddy joined Lil’ Kim, Faith Evans, and Mase among others to remember 20 years of the label that launched so many careers. Diddy unfortunately suffered t an artist’s nightmare, a high-profile fall on stage during a live event. Nicki Minaj was one of more »

Jeff Jarrett returns to TNA Impact, will wrestle at Slammiversary pay-per-view

With Global Force Wrestling still seeking a TV deal, and TNA in danger of losing its spot, the two sides reached out to other. TNA founder Jeff Jarrett returned to the company he founded at the June 24 TV taping to announce he’ll wrestle in “his match,” the King of the Mountain at Sunday’s Slammiversary more »

New ‘Supergirl’ trailer is more action-focused

After the first Supergirl trailer, it wasn’t immediately clear whether this would be a superhero show or a romantic comedy. This newest trailer is kind of a condensed version of the previous ones, with a heightened focus on Supergirl being super. Glee’s Melissa Benoist landed the coveted role of Kara Zor-El, gifted with all the Kryptonian powers of her more »


Fans campaign to save Syfy’s ‘Helix’

Syfy cancelled Helix in April, but TV fans have learned better than to just give up. With entities such as Netflix and Yahoo now in the show reviving business, it can’t hurt to display love for your favorites. That’s what Helix viewers are doing with an online petition. Helix began as the story of scientists in an more »

New Heroes Reborn teaser asks where the heroes are

Now NBC, if you’re doing a show called Heroes Reborn,  shouldn’t you already know where they are? Anyway, we have a new teaser for NBC’s 13-episode return to the world of Heroes.  Zachary Levi of Chuck fame is the biggest name among the new castmembers, but Jack Coleman, Greg Grunberg and Masi Oka are all slated to more »

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson ready to adapt 80s video game ‘Rampage’

Ready to prove there is no 80s property he can’t reinvigorate, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will star in a movie adaptation of the 1986 video game Rampage.  The Hollywood Reporter says New Line Cinema is ready to get this going and wants to start production in summer 2016. He’s also working on a remake of the more »

Marvel finds its “Spider-Man” actor and director

Ready for one more Spider-Man reboot? Now that the House of Ideas has its most popular character back in the fold, it needed to recast and find a new director. Today it announced both of those steps are complete. Tom Holland, previously seen in “The Impossible” and “Wolf Hall” will be the new Peter Parker. more »

‘A Deadly Adoption’ was a Lifetime movie, not a parody of one

Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig played it straight in A Deadly Adoption, deciding that Lifetime movies are ludicrous enough without embellishing them. As several people pointed out over the weekend, the movie that ran before it, I Killed My BFF, was even more over-the-top. Deadly Adoption featured all the Lifetime movie tropes: perfect couple, a tragedy more »

Miles Morales will be Marvel’s main Spider-Man

Starting after Marvel’s Secret Wars crossover, Miles Morales will replace Peter Parker as Spider-Man. Morales, the teenage son of a black father and Puerto Rican mother, replaced the Ultimate Universe’s Parker after that hero was killed. After Secret Wars, Marvel’s Ultimate Universe will combine with its main titles. Parker will still be around, and apparently serve as more »

Run for your life in ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ teaser

The latest addition to The Walking Dead is on its way in August, and here’s another brief glimpse. The guy making like an Olympic runner here is Nick, who is played by Frank Dillane. (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince) Nick’s mom is the guidance counselor portrayed by “Gone Girl’s” Kim Dickens. Nick’s been a screwup so far, more »

WWE Money in the Bank 2015 Recap: Rollins wins by a fingertip

It’s the time of year when local hardware stores run fresh out of ladders, as WWE brought its Money in the Bank pay-per-view to Columbus, Ohio. In addition to the annual Money in the Bank ladder match, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins continued their epic feud in a World Title ladder match. WWE banks on more »

Sony wants to add ‘Starman’ to list of 80s remakes

According to The Tracking Board, Sony and Columbia would like to redo the 1984 sci-fi romance “” In the original, Jeff Bridges played an alien who takes the form of an Earth woman’s deceased husband. Karen Allen portrayed the widow, and the pair were perfect together. Bridges earned an Oscar nomination for his role. This more »